From your local election headquarters, Oklahoma residents headed to the polls today to vote in two runoff elections.
A heated discussion breaks out Tuesday night during the Carthage City Council meeting.
The Columbus School District holds a back-to-school carnival.
An explosion at a fireworks facility in Pittsburg that killed one man is ruled accidental.
The number of youth using e-cigarettes is rising. According to a recent survey, they aren't exactly close to 18-years-old.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is making stops at several schools in Pittsburg.
The Peoria Ridge Golf Course in Miami is seeing an increase in business after opening a new clubhouse.
Some local students take a break from classes today with a magic carpet ride.
A few hundred students at an area university got a wardrobe change today.
A local university will be hosting a movie night on one of the biggest screens in the area.
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts continues his traditional listening tour of Kansas and makes a stop in Pittsburg today.
A new sewer line will soon be available for 200 residents living outside of the Miami city limits.
The Southwest Missouri Drug Task Force checked more than 700 cars in a DWI crackdown in Carthage over the weekend.
The Joplin Police Department is still investigating what caused a gas leak at the intersection of Junge and Maiden Lane this morning.
The Carthage Special Road District moves forward with plans to improve safety in north Carthage.
The State of Missouri and the State Department of Transportation will soon see some new federal funding.
Northpark Mall is asking for more denim to help reach its goal of collecting 500 pairs.
Tonight the Webb City Council discusses possible options for getting an aquatic center in the city.
Some of the Webb City High School teachers supported ALS today by doing the Ice Bucket Challenge.
The Joplin City Council met today to go over a proposed $187 million budget plan for 2015.